Webcast: Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Solutions – Real World Experiences

Slalom Consultant Joel Forman

Slalom Consultant Joel Forman specializes in cloud computing and the Windows Azure Platform.

Cloud computing is a top priority for CIOs and businesses today. Did you know that IDC is predicting that spending on Cloud Computing solutions will reach $55 Billion by 2014?  Microsoft continues to invest heavily in the cloud solutions across all products and technology capability.

My fellow Slalom consultant Mo Ramsey and I will be delivering an informative session of behalf of Slalom Consulting and Microsoft exploring cloud trends and how Microsoft technology can help you respond to rapid business needs.  The session will be delivered live via a webcast on June 9th.  You can register via this link.  But don’t worry if you miss it.  I will be updating this post with a link to the recorded webcast, where you can view it on-demand.

During the session we will provide an overview of Microsoft offerings across Infrastructure, Application, and Platform needs. We will also provide an account of common trends and real world success stories with Microsoft solutions and how many companies are adopting cloud solutions to rapidly solve common business problems.

Slalom Consulting is a market leader in Microsoft Cloud Computing Solutions and Microsoft’s 2010 U.S. Partner of the Year.

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About Joel Forman
Joel Forman is a Solution Architect at Slalom Consulting and specializes in cloud computing and the Windows Azure Platform.

2 Responses to Webcast: Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Solutions – Real World Experiences

  1. Cloud says:

    Hey that information and statistics are really informative thanks for sharing the talk

    Dyan Delaney
    IT Support
    gokey.eu

  2. John Aebi says:

    This is an excellent write up! Thanks a lot for sharing this!

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